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Nazarenko E.A. Factors determining the need in improving the physical health education for student youth

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2021.3.p299-302
 
Factors determining the need in improving the physical health education for student youth
Evgenia Aleksandrovna Nazarenko, the competitor, St. Petersburg Law Institute (branch) of the University of the Prosecutor's Office of the Russian Federation

Abstract
The article presents the results of the author's research on identifying the factors determining the need to improve the system of recreational physical education for student youth. As the main factors determining the need to improve the system of health physical culture for student youth, respondents noted the need to create the correct perception of exercises in students from the system of health physical culture, as well as the presence of individual guidelines for improving their own health in students. Respondents also drew attention to such factors as the low level of health status of university students, and insufficient attention to the use of special exercises from the health physical education system. Of great importance are the exercises from the health physical culture system to improve the health of students, as well as the need for systematic exercise from the health physical culture system to improve the health of students.
Keywords: factors, health physical education, university students, improved health.

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Article arrived in edition 28.03.2021
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